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Two boys saved from ‘unfair’ jail term for sexual offences

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Male minor set free after six years in jail after court ruled he was 13 when he committed the offence

Two boys saved from ‘unfair’ jail term for sexual offences

By Yvonne Chepkwony | 1 year ago

Court restrains Maasai herders from land after failed agreements

Court restrains Maasai herders from land after failed agreements

Nakuru Land court has ordered Naivasha Police Boss to ensure a section of the Maasai herders do not graze their livestock in a land owned by Kenya Agriculture and Livestock Research and Organization (KALRO).

Boaz Kipngenoh | 5 years ago

Case on Baragoi killings begins almost 3 years after massacre

A former councillor detailed how attempts by police to recover his stolen livestock led to the deaths of 42 police officers in Suguta Valley, Baragoi on November 10, 2012.

BOAZ KIPNGENOH | 5 years ago

Self-confessed serial killer, who allegedly ate his victims’ flesh and drunk their blood

A State pathologist, who examined the body of a school girl killed in Naivasha in August 2008, yesterday gave a shocking testimony during the trial of a self-confessed serial killer, who allegedly ate his victims’ flesh and drunk their blood.

BOAZ KIPNGENOH | 5 years ago

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